||King Tut's Wah Wah Hut
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||All Tickets = £6.50
Halo Tora hail from Glasgow, Scotland, and with EP number one; When The Bones Shake under their belts are creating a rapidly increasing fan base, though a vigorous regime of gigging, that has seen them playing gigs from Inverness to Glasgow in a few short months, and a constant stream of fan pleasing media, upon their social networking pages.
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Formed late 2011, and influenced by such acts as; Mogwai, Oceansize, Karnivool, and Hammock, they took 2012 to carefully create and establish a sound that can be heard throughout 2013’s debut EP; When The Bones Shake;
“delicately haunting piano melodies and airy guitar lines, only to grab you by the neck and thrash you with Mastodon size off kilter guitar riffs and drum rolls.”
(Scott Wilson, Ravechild.com)
(Jim Gellatly, Amazing Radio)
You will find Chris Alexander, and Ian McCall, sharing the duties of both singing and, guitar, Kenny Wraight on bass, Ryan Connery on Piano, and Chris McKeown on drums.
With the largest gigs the band has played to date already filling up their calendar Halo Tora are going from strength to strength in 2014.
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